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  • Erik
    Moderator

    Hey nmoney,

    The instrument in the bass tab is always tuned in fourths, and the available pitches go from A0 (a fourth below drop D on a real bass) and E4 (way up on the first string). EZbass does not produce sounds outside of that range, and all the sounds in that range sound “natural”, i.e. not pitch shifted.

    Hope that answers your question!

    Erik Berglund — Toontrack
    Damian's left hand

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    Erik
    Moderator

    Hey Amitabha,

    Here are some examples of simple one octave slides.

    Erik Berglund — Toontrack
    Damian's left hand

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